My cousins love this place and took me here for dinner. We had "medium" Margaritas, which were huge and tasty. All the cousins ordered green chili, so that's a sign that the regulars like it a lot. I found it to be a medium green salsa with ground pork. Tasty! Denver Mexican food is different from Tex Mex or Cal Mex. In Texas, there is a lot of rubbed bbq meat and cheese. In California and up the west coast, you can identify all the fresh ingredients in your burrito, starting with whole beans and fresh chunky salsa. Not so in Denver - it tends to be blended together into one tasty but unidentifiable object. If you order burrito supreme, fair warning - they bring you two of them! So come hungry, don't ask any questions about what you are getting and do order the green chili on the side. Oh, and in Denver, the green salsa is extra hot tomatilla-based, unlike the west coast.